Could you share any evidence that would demonstrate the productivity, quality of work, or the impact of the engagement?
We haven’t officially launched the app, but we do have early adopters testing it. I’m a perfectionist, and I’m still changing things on the app. The CTO at my former workplace advised me to simply launch it and see how it would go, but I’m keeping it under the radar, only showing the platform to family and friends for feedback. I plan to launch it globally at the beginning of July.
How did ChromeInfo Technologies perform from a project management standpoint?
From the beginning, I felt confident in ChromeInfo’s process. The sales team ran me through everything from the NDA to the actual scope of work, after which I was passed on to a project manager who ran me through the tech items, in terms of how the app would be scaled and developed. I had access to a schedule and the project management tools used by ChromeInfo’s team, specifically Zoho.
Not everything worked the first time, but the senior people in the company came in to help whenever something went wrong.
What did you find most impressive about ChromeInfo Technologies?
The app was rejected when it was first submitted to the app store, 2 days before the expo. I sent them a message, and a couple of people from ChromeInfo’s team made their way back to the office and resubmitted the app, even though it was 10 o’clock at night. I want to highlight this as the main proof that ChromeInfo is 100% committed, and don’t simply work on a project base, moving from one to the next. I couldn’t think of any other groups who would take this initiative.
Are there any areas ChromeInfo Technologies could improve?
There is a slight language barrier on their side, which meant that I had to write very detailed specifications for each element, and there were a couple of spelling mistakes. I don’t specifically fault ChromeInfo for this.
What tips or recommendations could you share that might increase the likelihood of success with ChromeInfo Technologies?
I would talk to Aashish Rawat, the senior project management person there, and approach him with the structure in which I wanted to work. Although I had access to a project management tool, I didn’t find it very useful on my end, so I talked to Aashish about it. He was more than happy to get the team up-to-speed, and allow us to work at the best efficiency.